Ney'le Mey'le Meyhane
Neyl’e Mey’le is one of the first tavern located at famous Nevizade Street of Beyoglu. It serves authentic Turkish cuisine, combined with daily prepared special cuisinies from contemporary Turkish cuisine and contemporary international cuisine. Ney’le Mey’le took his name from famous Turkish poets’ poem. In this tavern, you will enjoy wide range of Turkish delicacies and popular Turkish & Greek music will accompany you. It has been well known amongst natives and tourists for years. Chatting is very special in this tavern as years of tradition and Ney’le Mey’le aims to make your time spent here with your friends more valuable. Their policy on privacy ensures that you won’t be bothered by anyone while you’re chatting with your friends. Ney’le Mey’le cares about your comfort as well, their friendly staff works tirelessly to assure your comfort, it aims to create a friendly, calm and relaxing tavern environment. Their menu ranges from appetizers to dishes with meat, fish, chicken and vegetables. Traditionally, taverns have been a common place to drink our special alcoholic beverage raki, and we assure you that every main dish and appetizers exist the boost the joy of drinking with your friends.
Ney’le Mey’le restaurant is a great finish off to your day after our İstiklal Street tour. Taksim tour starts with you meeting our guides, then they will accompany you on the discovery of the many little side streets of İstiklal street. There you will have the advantage of exploring many historic buildings and many souvenir shops. Taksim street has been one of the most famous streets of Istanbul, attracting millions of tourists every year. Taksim Street is the home of many historical buildings, embassies, fancy hotels, theatres, restaurants and many international and local shops of Istanbul. This is a half-day tour, where you will discover beauties of Taksim street and have a chance to chat with our guide about background of Taksim and you will be equipped with trivial facts about certain historic structures. You will also visit the magnificent Armenian and Romanic churches and explore the breath-taking environment. This tour will also show that even though Taksim has countless beauties in it, Asmali Mescit and Meze by Lemon tree is an excellent way to relieve your tiredness in the middle of the city.
If you are more interested in history of the Ottoman Empire, we invite you to our Ottoman Empire tour. We will explore the iconic Suleymaniye Mosque, mesmerizing Blue Mosque,Turkish and Islamic Art Museum and Yildiz Palace. Suleymaniye Mosque was built by one of the best architects of Ottomans and the world, Mimar Sinan. By the order of Suleiman the Magnificent, Mimar Sinan started to build Suleymaniye Mosque in 1557. It approximately took 7 years to finish this glorious mosque, he designed and controlled every detail of the process. Situated at the top of a hill of Kantarcilar district, Suleymaniye mosque still stands gloriously to this day. Every Empire in history left their legacies from the brightest period of its lifetime. And these artifacts tell us about the power Ottoman Empire used to hold. Sinan also paid closed attention to interior design of the mosque. When you enter you can see the detailed artwork made with marbles, gold and jewelry in domes, minarets. Our guide will inform you in more detail about the construction process, history and cultural importance of this masterpiece. Then we will continue with the Blue mosque. Blue Mosque, called Sultanahmet in Turkish, was ordered by Sultan AhmedI. in 1609 and built by a pupil and senior assistant of the famous architect Mimar Sinan. It is called the Blue Mosque because of blue tiles surrounding the walls of interior design. While at the Blue Mosque, we will also look at the Hippodrome, a Roman heritage which was used as an arena for sport events and political activities. It was one of the main places for common folk to gather around and socialize. Then we will continue with the Turkish and Islamic Art Museum. It is situated right next to the Hippodrome and was residence of an Ottoman vizier named Ibrahim Pasha. Here we will explore one of the richest carpet collections of the world, handwriting Koran-I Kerims gifted and collected around the world. In the section of wooden works, we will see the collections of Anatolian Wood art, some of them ranges to 9thcentury and Anatolian Seljuks. After half a day of exploration, we will have a lunch break on a local restaurant. Then we will visit Yildiz Palace. Yildiz Palace is the 4thadministration center of Ottoman Empire, situated at Besiktas, and holds an amazing view of the Bosphorus and Asian side of the city. Our last stop is the Sale Kiosk, a residence of a former Ottoman Sultan.
Ney’le Mey’le is an excellent place to spend quality time with your friends. Being on one of the most popular streets of Istanbul, it opens lots of possibilities to socialize, walk around and feel the mesmerizing atmosphere of the city. Ney’le Mey’le cares about your happiness, comfort, also it is a place where you can take away the steam of the day with classic Turkish and Greek songs and some raki with appetizers.